Our engineering team takes on the unenviable task of deciphering pressure vessel codes and calculations and translating that knowledge into information our developers and support team can understand.
The most important skill to cultivate as a CEI engineer is the ability to understand the domain and communicate the necessary points without explaining the entire domain concept. You need to be a fast learner with the ability to self-manage: we have a very loose management style and we’re looking for full team members, not clock-punching automatons.
The ideal addition to our engineering team will have a background in engineering or mathematics. An engineering degree is always nice; it’s not a requirement, but you can’t be a PE without first being an E and we really like our alphabet soup. Some familiarity with the pressure vessel industry (codes & standards, specs, welding procedures, etc.) would also be super. Bonus points for working knowledge of FitNesse, Math CAD, and Test Complete.
If you like the idea of keeping pressure vessels from going BOOM! while working in a relaxed environment where your nerdiness will be appreciated, drop us a line at email@example.com and we’ll compare decoder rings.